TCU: Recently Completed Projects

 

Marion Hall and Pamela and Edward Clark Hall

Campus commons

Completed Date: August 2013
Architects: KSQ
Builder: Beck Construction

Description: Located at the corner of Stadium Drive and Bellaire Drive N on Worth Hills, these two residence halls house 400 students.

 

TCU Physical Performance Center

Completed Date: July 2012

Total Square Feet: 17,500

Total Cost: $7 million

Description: Located adjacent to Daniel-Meyer Coliseum, the Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility and the Schollmaier Basketball Complex, it was constructed for use by all athletic programs. It also houses staff offices and equipment storage rooms. Certified LEED Gold, the building has received the "Green School of the Year-Higher Education" award by the U.S. Green Building Council North Texas. The citation recognizes green building excellence in sustainability, facility design, construction, facilitation, renovation and management practices.

 

Amon G. Carter Stadium

Stadium

Built in 1930, Amon G. Carter Stadium has not undergone a major renovation since 1956. The renovation will allow TCU to enhance the game day experience for all fans by improving accessibility and crowd flow, enhancing seating to provide better views of the field, and significantly improving concession stands, elevators, restrooms and lighting. The re-developed Amon G. Carter Stadium will feature suites, club seats and improved fan amenities in many areas – new and more comfortable seating, wider concourses, new and improved restrooms and concessions areas, handicap accessible accommodations, elevators and escalators to move patrons among levels, and new lighting. Additionally, the stadium will feature a new press box. Renovations began on the west side and north end zone following the 2010 season. Renovations for the east side began following the 2011 season and complete the stadium renovation project by the beginning of the 2012 football season. For more information, please visit www.stadium.tcu.edu. Stadium

 

Decorative gates greet motorists approaching campus from the west

GatesLocated at the corner of West Berry Street and Bellaire Drive West, the Class of 2012 Gates were given by TCU Trustee Nancy Tartaglino Richards in honor of the 2012 graduating class. Work was completed in May 2012. Architects Bennett Benner Pettit designed the structure to complement the Ray Gates, which went up in 2005 at the intersection of Berry and Stadium Drive.

 

The purpose is to improve identification of the far southwest boundary of the University and serve as a welcoming gateway to campus activity.

 

Erma Lowe Hall

Completed Date: August 2011

Total Square Feet: 31,645

Total Cost: $9.6 million

Description: After a months-long renovation project, the former Ballet Bldg. re-opened in September 2011 as Erma Lowe Hall, home of the School for Classical & Contemporary Dance. Built in 1921 as the University gymnasium, the structure was completely gutted to the exterior walls and support columns then redesigned with all the amenities of the 21st century. Architects Gideon Toal envisioned a somewhat industrial “New York loft” look for the new spaces housing studios, offices, workrooms and lounge areas. Although there is still access through the original doorways facing S. University Drive, the main entrance is now on the west side, adjoining the visitors parking lot. 

 

Clarence and Kerry Scharbauer Hall

Completed Date: December 2009

Total Square Feet: 73,250

Total Cost:

Description: In spring 2008, TCU Trustees voted to demolish the old Brown-Lupton Student Center and rebuild it as academic space. The new structure is designed to more efficiently house several academic units such as AddRan College of Liberal Arts and the John V. Roach Honors College.

 

Jarvis Hall renovation

Completed Date: September 2008

Total Square Feet: 35,395

Total Cost: $9 million

Description: The formerly all-female residence hall underwent renovations to house university offices previously located in the Brown-Lupton Student Center including the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, University Career Services, International offices, music classrooms and more.

 

Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex and Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center

Completed Date: September 2008

Total Square Feet: 40,000

Total Cost: $13 million

Description: The facilty sits atop the Walsh Complex in Amon G. Carter Stadium. The area features academic and team meeting space, a team community area, 250 club seats, six luxury suites and a unique view of the stadium.

 

Brown-Lupton University Union

Completed Date: September 2008

Total Square Feet: 145,700

Total Cost: $45.7 million

Description: At the base of the Campus Commons, the new union houses the University's main dining facility, a 600-seat ballroom, a 350-seat auditorium, a retail copy center, the campus post office and more.

 

Clark Hall renovation

Completed Date: August 2008

Total Square Feet: 48,050

Total Cost: $10 million

Description: The formerly all-male residence hall underwent renovations to provide 214 bed spaces in a mixture of room types. The building also boasts new common areas, study areas and improved accessibility at the entrances.

 

TCU Barnes & Noble Bookstore

Completed Date: January 2008

Total Square Feet: 32,047

Total Cost: $7.5 million

Description: The two-story bookstore is the largest of its kind in Texas and features retail merchandise, books, textbooks, student supplies, lounge and reading areas, and a cafe with indoor and outdoor seating.

 

Residence Halls

Completed Date:August 2007/January 2008   

Total Square Feet: 216,926

Total Cost: $46.1 million

Description: To support TCU's plans to increase the number of students who live on campus and return to our history as a residential and pedestrian-friendly campus, TCU built four new suite-style residence halls in the Campus Commons.  Amon G. Carter Hall and Kellye Wright Samuelson Halls opened in the fall of 2007, while Teresa and Luther King Hall and Mary and Robert J. Wright Hall opened in spring of 2008.

 

J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation Education Complex

Completed Date: August 2007

Total Square Feet: 38,314

Total Cost: $11.5 million

Description: The complex comprises a complete renovation of the Bailey Building and the construction of the Betsy and Steve Palko Hall and provides 13 classrooms with the latest teaching technology, a 150-seat auditorium, four conference rooms and 30 faculty/staff offices.

 

Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility & Cox Field

Completed Date: May 2007

Total Square Feet: 70,971

Total Cost: $7 million

Description: The climate-controlled practice area encloses an 80-yard field, with a regulation 52-yard width, and two full end zones and allows TCU sports teams an area in which to practice, regardless of weather.